Professor Richard Kemp is a cognitive and forensic psychologist who seeks to apply research in the fields of human memory and perception to aspects of the legal system. He has served as Director of the Master of Psychology (Forensic) program at UNSW for over 10 years.
Richard is currently working on a number of projects including with the Australian Passport Office to detect identify fraud in passport applications, the development of a phone app to help people recall details of events they have witnessed, CCTV image identification, research into the impact of police body-worn cameras on officers and the validation of forensic science techniques.
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